Some cool mortgage images:
Foreign Legion, 4th Liberty Loan Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana., 10/02/1918
Image by The U.S. National Archives
Original Caption: Foreign Legion, 4th Liberty Loan Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana., 10/02/1918
U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier:165-WW-233A(4)
From: American Unofficial Collection of World War I Photographs, compiled 1917 – 1918 (Record Group 165)
Created By: War Department. (1789 – 09/18/1947)
Persistent URL: arcweb.archives.gov/arc/action/ExternalIdSearch?id=533665
Repository: NARA’s However Imagine Records Section, National Archives at College Park (College Park, MD)
Access Restrictions: Unrestricted
Utilize Restrictions: Unrestricted
For Home plus Country/Victory Liberty Loan
Image by Library Company of Philadelphia
World War I-era poster shows soldier carrying child plus girl inside his arms. The clothing of the 3 figures mirrors the red, white, plus blue banner which appears above the words "Victory Liberty Loan." The soldier’s helmet hangs about a cord about his throat, as well as the female admires a medal found on the left side of his uniform. Published by the American Lithographic Co. N.Y., artist: Alfred Everett Orr, ca. 1918.
Accession Number: P.2284.50a
Standing inside ruins, Newcastle on Tyne
Image by Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums
This pic is within the Robert Hope collection.
Robert Hope became a resident of Newcastle on Tyne. In the early 1970s he took out a bank loan to purchase a Rolleiflex camera.
Over the upcoming several years he photographed numerous Newcastle scenes, including the Grainger Market as well as the demolition of housing estates inside the West End of the city.
Robert Hope died inside 2001.
Thanks to Steven Hope for donating the collection to Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums.
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